In 1978, The Feelies were called the "best underground band in New York" by the Village Voice. Think about that. The year that punk broke and the best band in the Big Apple is made up of four preppy guys in glasses playing Beatles and Stones covers on guitars that don't go anywhere near 11. Of course, the operative word here was "underground," as the Feelies were so mysterious that they were rarely seen in public, often only performing on holidays. And their music would -- from their first album to their last -- be made up of an odd kind of skittering guitar rock that could never be pigeonholed. The Feelies remained a cult favorite, one of those hidden secrets that are so pleasurable to uncover.